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4 In 1 Games Table - Only £50.00 @ Tesco Direct

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Fantastic price for this. Not sure if this can be delivered to store, if not it's £4.85 p&p. (Quidco and vouchers could potentially reduce this to only around £36ish).

This 4 in 1 multi games table comes complete with 2 soccer balls, 1 set of pool balls, 2 cues, 2 pieces of chalk, 1 triangle, 2 pushers, 2 pucks, 2 table tennis balls, 2 table tennis bats, 1 net and a post
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#1
http://home2.btconnect.com/aldershot-house/PhotoAlbums/album_1208035731/table.jpg
#2
£2.47 delivery with sim card??
#3
Looks good - what's the dimensions?
1 Like #4
Product Depth 114 cm
Product Height 81 cm
Product Width 61 cm
#5
bought one of these instore just after christmas....kids love it!
#6
This looks very similar in terms of design, construction and dimensions to the 12 in 1 table available from ebuyer for £29.99 plus delivery (best to spend another £20 and get free Super Saver) - so similar that I'd wager they're made by the same people - the only differences being:

- the wacky graphics on the ebuyer one (with end boards to strengthen the legs too);
- more games;
- £20 less.

See: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/129174

I got one of the ebuyer ones on special offer for £25 a month or so ago, and can confirm that it's a hit with the nippers. Hope this helps.
#7
Ebuyer charge £15.50 delivery, and that's using Super Saver! Tesco also give you points and 3% Quidco.
#8
whizzkid
Ebuyer charge £15.50 delivery, and that's using Super Saver! Tesco also give you points and 3% Quidco.


Ebuyer only charge you for supersaver delivery for orders less than £50.

If you spend £50 or more, as I suggested, then Super Saver delivery is indeed free, even on a heavy item like this... so, by buying something else from ebuyer for £20, you get it and the table delivered for free - i.e. the same price as your Tesco deal, but with another £20 quids worth of goods and with a nice Citylink person delivering it to your door rather than you having to go to Tesco and hump it home yourself!

Think of it this way, one table from Tesco (plus your time and trouble getting it) for £50 or TWO tables from ebuyer delivered free to your door for £59.98... I'll leave it to others to work out which is the better deal for them!
#9
It's certainly another option, however I don't think being 'forced' to spend another £20.00 just to get free postage makes that such a good, or comparable, deal (and may be why noone's posted it here). Also, you can get this cheaper than £50 once quidco (for those that use it) has been taken off, plus there's 50 clubcard points, plus more using various Tesco vouchers floating around (there's a 250 extra points one on this site, also a £5 off £20 spend).
#10
How is that comparable? Are you serious? The clue is in this part:

"i.e. the same price as your Tesco deal, but with another £20 quids worth of goods and with a nice Citylink person delivering it to your door"

- with particular emphasis on the phrases "another £20 quids worth of goods" and "the same price". Oh, and did I mention the eight extra games and the delivery to your door?

Yeah, you might get tuppence ha'penny of Quidco and Clubcard points if your time is worth less than the effort to register for, collect and use them (and you don't value your privacy from the Tesco Big Brother Clubcard scheme), but I'll bet that doesn't save most people any more than they'd save on the petrol/mileage and time/effort in going to Tesco...

As for:

whizzkid
And if that one's so hot, why haven't you, or anyone else, posted it on here?


How about:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/171173/4ft-12-in-1-multi-function-games-ta/

Must've been where I got mine from... QED.

P.S. If you're going to talk about Tesco vouchers on this site (presumably for online use), don't forget to add Tesco's delivery charge of £4.85 to the price of your deal!

P.P.S. I see you've edited your comments in the meantime to be less outraged about the impertinence of someone else suggesting a possibly better deal! Another QED!
#11
Please tell me who or what keeps deleting my reply to a comment on this thread?

My comments are reasonable and temperate, even if not to the OP's liking. Please have the manners and grace to at least explain why you keep deleting them. Thank you.
#12
It's not me, I don't have the power to. Nuff said in any case, people can decide for themselves.
#13
Okay, I'll try again... you asked 'How is that comparable?'. The clue is in this part:

Ajibee
i.e. the same price as your Tesco deal, but with another £20 quids worth of goods and with a nice Citylink person delivering it to your door


- with particular emphasis on the phrases 'another £20 quids worth of goods' and 'the same price'. And did I mention the eight extra games and the delivery to your door?

Yeah, you might get tuppence ha'penny of Quidco and Clubcard points if your time is worth less than the effort to register for, collect and use them (and you don't value your privacy from the Tesco Big Brother Clubcard scheme), but I'll bet that doesn't save most people any more than they'd save on the petrol/mileage and time/effort in going to Tesco...

As for:

whizzkid
And if that one's so hot, why haven't you, or anyone else, posted it on here?


How about:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/171173/4ft-12-in-1-multi-function-games-ta/

...where I got mine from... QED.

P.S. I note you've edited your comments in the meantime to be less outraged about the impertinence of someone else suggesting a possibly better deal.
#14
Taken from the post you quoted - "I'd absolutely love one of these but the combination of the P&P and the fact the legs don't fold up are stopping me. If it were just the P&P, I could convince myself to find something else to purchase..."

You missed the point completely. It WOULD be a good deal IF you didn't have to spend another £20.00 - just to avoid postage costs. End of.
#15
whizzkid
Taken from the post you quoted - "I'd absolutely love one of these but the combination of the P&P and the fact the legs don't fold up are stopping me. If it were just the P&P, I could convince myself to find something else to purchase..."

You missed the point completely. It WOULD be a good deal IF you didn't have to spend another £20.00 - just to avoid postage costs. End of.



I have top disagree with you on this one, they're both £50 right? But with the ebuyer one you get to choose £20 worth of stuff for free? That makes the ebuyer one better surely?
#16
Benjimoron
I have top disagree with you on this one, they're both £50 right? But with the ebuyer one you get to choose £20 worth of stuff for free? That makes the ebuyer one better surely?


No, this is nothing to do with a free gift at all - ebuyer's table is cheaper than Tesco's one BUT... their postage makes it nearer to the Tesco deal. In order to have FREE postage @ ebuyer, you have to spend over £50 with them, therefore you effectively have to spend another £20 with them.

In other words, if you only want this table, you're forced to buy something else for another £20.00 @ ebuyer in order to get the free delivery!

The only way ebuyer's deal may be better is if you're spending £50 with them anyway. If you're only wanting to buy a football table - which is what my post is for - you'll be outta luck having to fork out another £20 for something else to qualify for their free postage.
#17
whizzkid
No, this is nothing to do with a free gift at all - ebuyer's table is cheaper than Tesco's one BUT... their postage makes it nearer to the Tesco deal. In order to have FREE postage @ ebuyer, you have to spend over £50 with them, therefore you effectively have to spend another £20 with them.

In other words, if you only want this table, you're forced to buy something else for another £20.00 @ ebuyer in order to get the free delivery!

The only way ebuyer's deal may be better is if you're spending £50 with them anyway. If you're only wanting to buy a football table - which is what my post is for - you'll be outta luck having to fork out another £20 for something else to qualify for their free postage.


But the ebuyer one is £20 cheaper so the £20 you're having to spend on stuff is effectively free!
#18
Benjimoron
But the ebuyer one is £20 cheaper so the £20 you're having to spend on stuff is effectively free!


No, no, there's nothing FREE about it - you're being asked to spend £20 more than you would otherwise have needed to if they had simply offered free postage - THEN it would be a great deal!

And once you take Quidco off the Tesco one, a £10 off £50 and 300 extra points vouchers floating around, it's actually more nearer the £35ish mark @ Tesco, not £50. Therefore there's actually just £5/6 difference between the cost of the 2 tables - not the full £20 that ebuyer makes you buy something else with.

In other words, you spend £50 @ ebuyer to get a table and maybe something else you wouldn't have bought if you hadn't been forced to, or you spend just £35ish for the table @ Tesco. There's nothing free about being 'forced' to spend another £20, simply cos they're too mean to offer free postage.

I totally agree the deal would be good IF postage was free and so you then didn't have to make up the order to £50. IMO, it's not a good deal if some people who only want the football table suddenly find they have to fork out extra to buy something else.
#19
Quidco isn't guarenteed and would only be about a pound anyway, where are these vouchers for Tesco? Adding them to the deal might be a good idea. Don't think you can use two vouchers at once anymore so you might get £10 off making it £40. But Tesco don't give free delivery so you're forced to spend £2.47 or whatever on a sim card.

So £42.47 from Tesco or £50 from ebuyer.

Ebuyer's one comes with £20 of other stuff, most people will find stuff that they'll be buying anyway so not spending money they wouldn't anyway.

£20 of ebuyer stuff for effectively £8.53
#20
I can't find a Tesco voucher to get it any cheaper so it looks like it's £50 from either ebuyer or Tesco, but the ebuyer one comes with £20 worth of extra stuff free.
#21
Why do you have so much trouble understanding the logic? I totally agree that IF there is something else you really need and want for £20 @ ebuyer then of course, it's a very good deal. But the fact is that for some people who are only wanting to buy a table, they see it at ebuyer for £30 and think 'great, cheaper than tesco' - but then realise they are forced to spend an extra £20 they may not otherwise have spent. You call it free, others may view it as having effectively spent £50, the same as Tesco, just to get the table. The 'freebie' is totally irrelevent if all you actually wanted was the table.

Sigh, if only everyone did free postage :)
#22
whizzkid
Why do you have so much trouble understanding the logic? I totally agree that IF there is something else you really need and want for £20 @ ebuyer. then it's a good deal. BUT some people will only want to buy this table, and would thus be forced to spend an extra £20 they may not otherwise have spent. You call it free, others may view it as £20 spent needlessly, just to get the table.

Sigh, if only everyone did free postage :)


Why don't you understand that the Tesco one is £20 more expensive, so you're better off getting it from ebuyer and choosing £20 worth of stuff!

The Tesco delivery isn't free is it?
#23
There are plenty of vouchers around if you look hard enough - even ones that expire are continuously replaced - try the tesco forums @ moneysavingexpert.com.
#24
whizzkid
There are plenty of vouchers around if you look hard enough - even ones that expire are continuously replaced - try the tesco forums @ moneysavingexpert.com.


I've looked and can't find one that works, can you?
#25
And the tables aren't even the same - the legs don't even fold down on the ebuyer one (as noted in the thread for the ebuyer one) which may be a problem if you have a space issue.
#26
whizzkid
And the tables aren't even the same - the legs don't even fold down on the ebuyer one (as noted in the thread for the ebuyer one) which may be a problem if you have a space issue.


They might not be exactly the same, but the ebuyer one comes with £20 worth of stuff you get to choose. The Tesco one is also £2.47 more expensive when you add on delivery with sim card and you don't get £20 worth of stuff with it!!!

Voted cold.
#27
Your perogative, others have disagreed.

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